For this challenge, the artists reimagined one of the Greek gods as a supernatural fantasy character holding the severed head of a mythological monster. Cig emphasized the fire element for Apollo, god of the sun -- and as he's also the god of the plague, his victim is some diseased abomination. Photo credit: Brett-Patrick Jenkins
Cig's hot Apollo. Photo credit: Brett-Patrick Jenkins
For Aphrodite, Dina went back to the roots of the goddess of love and beauty -- or, rather, the water, as Aphrodite was born in the sea and her symbol is a seashell. From Season 7, Episode 11: "Off With Their Heads."
Sasha was inspired by Athena, goddess of wisdom and warfare, as the guiding hand behind Perseus's slaying of Medusa. Her Athena has been turned to stone, a bittersweet image as she holds the severed Gorgon's head. Photo credit: Brett-Patrick Jenkins
Stella imagined Poseidon, the god of the sea and 'tamer of horses,' as a sea creature with sea horse elements, with the head of an octopus impaled by his trademark trident. Photo credit: Brett-Patrick Jenkins